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Specifying Node Settings

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Specify cluster node settings to record contact information, modem information, location, and application information and general comments about the node. This information is displayed in the Node Data Viewer window on the Cluster Monitor page.

If you are configuring multiple nodes, apply changes for each node before you select a new node from the Node list.

To specify node settings:

  1. Select OptionsCluster MonitorNode Settings. The Cluster Monitor - Node Resources page is displayed.

  2. Select the cluster from the Cluster list at the top of the page.

  3. Select the node from the Node list.

  4. Fill in or edit the fields as necessary. Refer to Cluster Monitor - Node Fields.

    Note: The Node IP Address, Customer Asset Tag, and Node Location fields cannot be edited. These fields are populated with discovered information.

  5. Click [OK] to save the changes. The changes are saved and the saved date and time is updated to the current date and time.

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» Administering the Software - Clusters
» Monitoring Systems, Events, and Clusters - Cluster Lists Page
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